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101st Illinois Infantry      
Company Unknown
James Miner - Unknown   
Soldier, Decended from John and Priscilla Alden
Contact Name:  Kathie Heidenfelder
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Date Added:  8/30/2011
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John Quincy Post - Unknown   
John Q. Post, b. 1839 Baltimore, MD. Son of John W. and Hulda Post, Morgan county, Ill at time of CW. John Q. was enlisted by Capt. N. B. Brown of the 101st Regiment of Ill Inf, on 8/13/1862 at Concord. He gave his address as Meridosia, Ill. He was mustered into service at Jacksonville, by Capt. Ewing on 9/2/1862. By 12/20/1862 he was at Holly Springs, Mississippi and in a surprise attack at dawn, 1500 were taken prisoner; John Quincy Post was one of them. By February 28, 1863, he was reported on the Benton Barracks, MO roll as 'in the hospital at Memphis'. He was released on 4/1/1863, in St. Louis, MO. He was never heard from again. The family believed that John Quincy and his younger brother, David H. Post were killed in the war as they never returned home. Brother Wm C. Post, Co. K, 27th Ill Inf was disabled, but was able to return home.
Contact Name:  James G. Post
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Date Added:  6/2/2011
Company C
Gorham S Chapin - 2nd Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Raymond L. Chaffin
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Date Added:  5/12/2011
Company E
George Asbury Mick - Unknown   
He is my GreatGreatGrandfather..I also confirmed this information from his tombstone..
Contact Name:  Donald E. Mick,Sr.
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Date Added:  4/14/2010
Company F
Henry Francis Shoumaker - Private   
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Contact Name:  Don Rivers
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Date Added:  9/11/2007
Company I
Ira M Angelo - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Arthur O'Neill
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Date Added:  7/22/2009
Company K
Timothy Cashen - Private   
Timothy CASHEN (CASHIN & CASSION)born 1838 County Cork, Ireland -- died 1875, Glenarm, Sangamon Co., IL. 8/7/1862 Date of Enlistment Co. K, 101 Infantry Illinois. 2/28/186 Pension Certification 45209 Timothy CASHIN. Timothy CASHEN lost his arm during service in the Union Army.

1956 is mentioned on the Illinois Veterans Roll of Honor (St. Bernard's Cemetery, Ball Twsp., Il)

Timothy CASHEN is my Great granduncle.
Contact Name:  Linda Cashen Gaunt
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Date Added:  2/23/2012
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